WHO’S IN IT?
Peter Bowles (The Bank Job), Sylvia Syms (The Queen), Cathy Tyson (Mona Lisa), Amanda Barrie (I’ve Gotta Horse), Juliet Cowan (Magicians), Carla Mendonça (Jam), Nina Wadia (Bend It Like Beckham), Katie Sheridan (Crushing Snails), David Hargreaves (Some Kind of Life), Dominic Carter (Going Off Big Time)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Paul Duddridge (Mothers and Daughters), director, writer, producer; Danielle James (Hirokin: The Last Samurai), Steve King (Mothers and Daughters) and Tora Young (All Good Children), producers; David Hlebo (Not That Funny), composer; Mikael Levin (Have You Seen Me?), cinematographer; Michael Pedraza (Outlaw), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Happily-married elderly couple Philip (Bowles) and Rosemary (Syms) are quietly planning their peaceful retirement together, but when Rosemary is admitted to hospital for a routine procedure Philip is forced to stay at a retirement home, and is not allowed to return to their marital home even when Rosemary is returned. Both parties must now fight for their right to live together…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Both a tragic tale of old-age romance and a hard-hitting expose on the mistreatment of elderly people, this is unmissable drama for anyone separated from loved ones only because of their age.